Love’s Portrait is a vibrant contemporary lesbian romance with a historical twist. Sparks fly between Molly, an art curator, and Georgina, her museum’s aloof benefactor, as they research the portrait of a 19th-century lesbian social activist and try to convince the museum’s board to display it. *** “My intention?” Molly instantly thought again of Edith’s… Continue reading New from Anna Larner: Love’s Portrait
Author Brey Willows has a new book out, and she's doing a bit of pondering about how writers come to what they write. You can check out the blog here, and see where she got her inspiration for Spinning Tales. Spinning Tales: Maggie McShay wants a little magic in her life. Something more than the… Continue reading Where do you begin?
It's the time of year when we really get going on the BSB UK event, and we're excited to announce our list of attending authors! Remember that tickets are £3 each day, and you can get them online or at the door!
2019 is going to be a busy year for me. It’s the first time I will have four books out in a year, and when I was asked to write this blog, it was suggested I talk about how I schedule myself to write that number. You would think with that many books on the… Continue reading Royals, Wooing, and Wolves by Jenny Frame
Check out the new Call for Submissions from Bold Strokes: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Silk and Leather: Lesbian Erotica with an Edge Editor: Victoria Villasenor Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Publication Date: Spring 2020 Theme: Short story lesbian erotica What happens when inhibitions get left at home? When you’re ready for something more, something that pushes… Continue reading Call for Submissions: Silk and Leather
Phew. We're on the other side of the holiday calendar aftermath, where the days blur together in a frenzy of family and food. So, we're late, but just in time to give some lucky folks a New Year's eve present! We had six books to give away, and here are the lucky winners chosen at… Continue reading We have a winner!
I mean, who are you to say I've been good or bad? Have you walked in my shoes? Did you have to decide whether or not I really wanted that cake? Or the jumper I bought for the friend who will never receive it? No. And yet there you sit, all judgey in your fat… Continue reading Dear Santa, you judgemental bastard…